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The Unique Diving of Guam

Often overlooked, the island of Guam is surrounded by fantastic diving. White sand beaches and calm, clear waters invite divers to explore the ocean and see the healthy coral and plentiful fish populations below. Read Full Article

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Papua New Guinea's Milne Bay

Papua New Guinea is one of the world's best dive destinations and Milne Bay offers fantastic reef diving and muck diving in the same location. Clear waters and phenomenal creatures make for an excellent dive trip that’s entirely worth the travel time. Read Full Article

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Sharks of the Bahamas

Shark feeding dives are no longer just for the avid diver or thrill seekers. Bahama's crystal clear waters are the best environment to come nose to nose with a frenzied school of sharks after they smelled the chum. Read Full Article

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Jurassic Encounters at Komodo Island National Park

The last and only habitat for the Komodo dragon, the waters of the national park are home to some of the most amazing displays of life. Read Full Article

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The Bizarre and Amazing Creatures of Lembeh

Lembeh puts an abstract and bizarre twist on underwater encounters and can be an endless source of inspiration. A true Jurassic experience not only for underwater photographers or scuba enthusiasts but anyone attracted to nature. Read Full Article

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The SS Thistlegorm

The SS Thistlegorm rests at the bottom of the northern Red Sea. Bombed and sunk during World War II, this ship was first discovered by Jacques Cousteau and then forgotten about till the 1990s. Now it is the Red Sea’s most famous (and most dived) wreck. Read Full Article

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Humpbacks of the Silver Bank

Nothing compares to being in the water with a 40 foot humpback whale. These beautiful and graceful animals are nothing short of amazing. The Silver Bank is a winter gathering place for humpbacks and more recently, snorkelers, who come to go eye to eye with one of the largest animals on earth. Read Full Article

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On Seahorse Love

When boy meets girl in the world of seahorses a beautiful and often extensive courtship occurs. They change colors and entwine their tails. Then they rise off the seafloor and the female deposits her eggs into the male’s pouch. Wait…the male gets pregnant? Keep reading for more on seahorse love. Read Full Article

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Beqa Island’s Shark Adventures

The new awareness about sharks, their role in the equilibrium of our oceans, and our indiscriminate abuse is now creating a new perspective and sense of curiosity that drives many of us to seek sharks in the open water. Read Full Article

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Mandarinfish-The Courtship Dance

On the reefs of the Pacific, twilight marks the beginning of the mandarinfish courtship dance. A male begins dancing, and if he’s desirable, an interested female will join. Just before the sun sets, the two fish will rise up out of the reef together to mate, cheek-to-cheek. Read Full Article

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Grenada Diving

Above water, Grenada is famed for being the 'Spice Isle' - lush rain forests with great hiking, rare flora and tropical fauna. Below water, the island is renowned as the 'Shipwreck Capital of the Caribbean', distinguished by amazing wrecks and the world-famous Sculpture Park. With so much to offer, both onshore and underwater, it is the perfect destination to visit on your dream vacation. Read Full Article

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Diving in Ireland - the Island of Contrasts

Ireland’s main diving will be found along the Atlantic west coast; however there are a plethora of good wreck dives accessible from Dublin and a good number of inlands lakes worthy of a visit. There is some excellent shore diving all along the west coast and beyond. Read Full Article

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Indonesia Bans Manta Fishing, Part 1

Analyzing manta conservation in the context of marine conservation as a whole. (Part 1 of the series) Read Full Article

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Palau: Photography in Paradise

Fourteen underwater photographers joined on an expedition to the Rock Islands of Palau in late November of 2013. After a long flight, they joined onboard the Palau Aggressor liveaboard on an extended, 10 day cruise. Read Full Article

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​7 Elements of a Great Dive

There are some dives that I found really awesome, and some that left me wanting to end it early to have a cold beer. In this article I have tried to analyze the difference between the two. Read Full Article

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Cuba Diving: Jardines de la Reina

Jardines de la Reina is perhaps the most organized diving area in Cuba in terms of diving service and environmental protection. The area enjoys full protection from the Cuban government since 1990-ish. In this area, scuba divers will enjoy the diving with tens of sharks, healthy corals and perhaps to meet a famous crocodile, Franco, a saltwater American crocodile who is frequently visit the floating cabin Tortuga where the scuba divers usually stay. Read Full Article

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